Monthly Archives: November 2012

Coping with Stress – Tips For Educators

Here’s a positive post I found after someone favorited my last post.  I rarely follow these suggestions, but there’s always a first time! Coping with Stress – Tips For Educators By Leah Davies, M.Ed. Before educators can help students cope … Continue reading

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Out of Balance: When Thoughts of Quitting Occur

Friends and Family: Please read this powerful post, Why I quit my teaching job mid-year, written today (11/25/12) by someone dedicated to education, yet, unable to cope a decade ago in an earlier teaching position, as it overwhelmed her. The comments, especially, … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks for Our Freedoms

What am I thankful for? I am thankful for being alive and well in a country that cherishes freedom, the spirit of independence, the power of the individual, the pursuit of happiness, the democratic process, concern for the common good, … Continue reading

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